Mrs. Kilgore’s First Grade Class

The first grader’s in Mrs. Kilgore’s room have been reading stories and talking about sensory images. After reading many different authors who have used this strategy, they tried it themselves. Each student wrote about his or her sense of Autumn.

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by Keegan

My autumn sense is tasting. I can taste turkey pie.
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by Bridjet

My autumn sense is seeing. I can see apples.
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by Joshua

My autumn sense is tasting. I taste orange Halloween cookies.
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by Eliana

My autumn sense is smelling. I can smell pumpkin pie.
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by Sean

My autumn sense is feeling. I can feel green and red apples.
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by Lindsey

My autumn sense is seeing. I can see leaves on the ground.
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by Kiran

My autumn sense is seeing. I can see gray clouds.
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by Elaine

My autumn sense is seeing. I can see leaves.
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by Drew

My autumn sense is seeing. I can see leaves are all different colors.
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by Kelley

My autumn sense is tasting. I can taste apples in the fall.
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by Madison

My autumn sense is smelling. I can smell apple pie and juicy apple cider.

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